CDOT Supervisor, Mechanic Fired For MisappropriationA CBS4 investigation has learned that a Colorado Department of Transportation administrator who oversaw fleet maintenance and one of his subordinates have been fired for using a state credit card to buy materials to fix up and sell personal vehicles.
Boulder Millennial Just One Of Growing Number Living With ParentsFor the first time in more than a century more young adults are living with mom and dad than those living on their own.
Rockies Drop First Game 8-3 In 2007 World Series Rematch With Red SoxDavid Ortiz drove in four runs and David Price won his third consecutive start as Boston scored an 8-3 interleague victory over the Colorado Rockies.
'A' Line Loses Power, Passengers Rescued From Train Stuck On BridgeThe A Line was down once again on Tuesday afternoon. This time the reason was a power outage along the train line. Dozens of passengers were evacuated from a stuck train at 78th and Gun Club Road.
At Least 2 Tornadoes Touch Down In Eastern ColoradoAt least two tornadoes touched down in eastern Colorado, but no injuries or damage were reported.
Man Who Kissed Flight Attendant & Caused Other Disruptions Gets Prison TimeA man now living in Colorado Springs has been sentenced to prison after being found guilty of disrupting a flight to Denver International Airport.
Three Super Bowl Host Cities SelectedIf you spend billions of dollars to build it, they will come. Three times over.
Ryan Frazier Welcomes Court Ruling On GOP Primary AppealRyan Frazier says he's confident he'll secure his spot on the Colorado Republican Party's U.S. Senate primary.
Man Wanted In A Colorado Murder Case Is Arrested In ArizonaAuthorities say a man wanted in a Colorado murder case has been arrested in northern Arizona.
Mark Sanchez A Surprise Participant In Broncos OTAsMark Sanchez isn't allowing his injured left thumb to sideline him at the start of the Denver Broncos' organized team activities.
Body Cam Video Shows Chaotic Situation During Officer-Involved ShootingNew video has been released of police involved in a fatal shooting of a suspect.
Hickenlooper Mulls Biggest Rewrite Of Liquor Code Since ProhibitionGov. John Hickenlooper has until June 10 to decide if he will sign a bill into law that allows full-strength beer and wine to be sold in grocery stores.

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